# The Action Lab: Superconductors are soft magnets, Webers, Magnetic Flux Quantum, Electrons, Electron Charge

The Action Lab: Does The Weight Increase When You Levitate a Superconductor on a Scale? at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uR35VTWmdYg Does the magnetic field transmit force?  Watts*Time = Joules = Volts*Coulombs Newtons*Meters = Joules = Volts*Coulombs Newtons = Joules/Meter = (Volts/Meter)*Coulombs Put the superconductor on a copper plate, and cool the plate with liquid nitrogen to cool the superconductor.

# The Action Lab – Water bridges from Volts and Amperes, Temperature from Watts Grams and Seconds

The Action Lab: How Does a Floating Water Bridge Work? at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IBiwfvXsKU NEVER say “high voltage” or “low voltage” and vague things. When you talk about electrical things, say how many Volts, how many Amperes, how many Hertz. You can put voltage and current meters on the screen so people set the values and can begin

# Prasad Raju – Geophysical time series

Prasad Raju,   I suggest you use online resources to look at the data. There is a lot of seismometer and magnetometer data. There is meteorological data. If you just want sources of interesting signals, there is some good solar data (solar dynamics observatory), data from lots of astronomical and astrophysical surveys. Radio telescope data

# Strong force, stable magnetic fusion, Mr Fusion, replace SpaceX Booster with it magnetic equivalent.

The Action Lab: What does the Strong Nuclear Force Look Like? at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rx4lNihOT4U The Action Lab, Now take a beam of protons, grab them by their magnetic moment and spin them. Use the Block equations, or make new ones. Take another beam of protons or tritium or any of the “good fusion” candidates, they all

# Atomic Layer Deposition down to picometers

How Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) works at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ASNwXNXKsM At 0:32 you should be able to completely flatten the surface. Good practice for reaching picometer. Richard Collins, The Internet Foundation

# Global Open Collaborative Worksites – speed development, pre-competitive research, open design and fabrication

Temperature-dependent elastic moduli of lead telluride-based thermoelectric materials Edgar Lara-Curzio, Thank you for the paper. I am reading it now. I wonder if open systems will eventually replace commercial solutions? The problem with commercial is they are usally too small. I try to track all open collaboration methods on the Internet, and have for the

# Aharonov-Bohm, electron interferometry, CMOS detectors and memory devices as electron interferometers and detectors for dynamic gravitational signals

Aharonov-Bohm, electron interferometry, CMOS detectors and memory devices as electron interferometers and detectors for dynamic gravitational signals mod05lec14 – Aharonov-Bohm Effect at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NbOegkxWJ3A Madhu Thalakulam, You might enjoy “Interference between two independent electrons: observation of two-particle Aharonov-Bohm interference” by I. Neder, N. Ofek, Y. Chung, M. Heiblum, D. Mahalu, V. Umansky who show there is